I must say, thanks to the one that has really thought out this plan, for it is genius. I only have to water my strawberries once in two weeks and they love it in there!!! They grow like crazy.
My peas really took off. I would really need to plant them outside, but I just can't, it is still far to cold. Next year a dream shall come through when I have saved enough money to get a glass house attached to my house. There the peas could grow as high as they would like, but here, just in the window sill, it's a bit cramped and crowded.
The cabages get quite big inside my comfortable warm home, but it is still far to cold outside, to let them even out for an hour or so. And yes I know I really need to wash my windows, but hey, there is always something to do in and round the homestead.
I can't believe it's April and it's still so cold. I really feel like it's still winter while spring is almost over. Where is all the warm weather gone to? My vege plot is still pretty bear (I don't dare to get out the plants, for they sure will die in the cold nights. But I so want to start getting stuff in the ground. In stead I watch the garden guru of England (Alan Titchmarsh) who has a wonderfull episode on vegetable gardening in his series How to be a gardener. Really grand!
I think that this little fellow thinks that his birthday is coming early and that someone spread out lots of white bread crums everywhere you look.
Jee, what a weird weather we're having here, it now hailed considerably, I have pics to show for it:
My sweet little first flowers of this year, I'm hoping they survive
This is my path towards the middle of the garden...or should I say river :-)
I almost stepped on this little guy, well, little might be a big word... Apparently not heated through enough for his first flying lesson, so I put him in my bowl of lavender flowers, then he can at least smell the stuff he's going to hunt for his entire life. Keep safe mr. Bumblebee!
Hi, I'm Bregtje. Here you can find me with my head up side down in the garden. But I also can be found with my head in a newly home made cupboard or above the kitchen stove or even between piles of paper, sticking stuff in arty albums and brushing away with paint! And now I'm developing a new hobby to add to my ever growing project list: blogging about it all! Please find my Garden blog, Kitchen blog, Homemaking blog and Arts blog here!